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Lasca (also known as Laska) is a two-player board game played on a square checkerboard that was invented by the second World Chess Champion Emanuel Lasker in 1911. Lasca is derived from English Draughts (American Checkers) and a Russian game, Bashni (Towers).
Lasca is played on a 7x7 checkerboard.
The initial position of dark (red) and light (orange) checkers is shown in the following picture:
|The goal of Lasca is to capture all of the opponent's checkers or to block them, leaving the opponent without any legal moves.|
Lasca has almost the same rules as English Checkers with the following differences: